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“Politicians who are under investigation for a crime during the time in which they are running should not be allowed to run for office. If an investigation is not complete, or has not reached a verdict, the same rule should be applied. The severity of the crime should also be considered. Minor ones are ok, but serious felonies should equate to the politician NOT being allowed to run for office.”

From a Republican in Englewood, CO
In reponse to: Should a politician, who has been formerly convicted of a crime, be allowed to run for office?

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